Vortex Triumph HD Bino Review

By Brodie SwisherJune 1, 2023

Whether you’re looking for your first pair of binoculars, or an extra pair to leave in the truck or back at camp, the new Triumph HD binos are hard to beat when it comes to value. The Vortex team just released these budget-friendly binos with a mission to ensure that every hunter has an affordable bino option that still packs plenty of performance. 

Meet the all-new 10×42 Vortex Triumph HD 10×42 binoculars. 

Vortex Triumph Hd Bino Review

Vortex says these binos are proof that less is the new more. Pulling these binos from the box, you’d never know you’re handling such value-priced optics. They feel great in the hand with quality construction and ergonomics built in. 

There was a time when budget binos felt like what you spent. They were cheap, and they looked, felt, and performed like it. That’s not the case here. The Triumph binos offer the best image quality and durability in its class.

Take a closer look in the video below… 

Specs on the Triumph HD

Size – 6.1″  x 5.0″ (HxW)

Weight – 22.9 oz

Interpupillary Dist. 55mm – 75mm

Eye Relief – 17.0mm

Close Focus 15.3′

Field of View @ 1000 Yard – 334′ 

Price – $99.99

What's in the Box?

Opening the box, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find that the Triumph binos come with a Glasspak Binocular Harness, adding to the value of your purchase. 

You’ll also find a comfort neck strap, lens cloth, tethered objective lens covers, and rainguard eyepiece cover. 

Vortex Triumph Hd Bino Review

How It's Built

The Triumph is built on a HD optical system that delivers adjustable eyecups and a diopter for custom, comfortable viewing. It’s optimized with select glass elements to deliver exceptional resolution, cut chromatic aberration, and provide outstanding color fidelity, edge to edge sharpness, and light transmission.  

The Triumph features fully multi-coated lenses with anti-reflective coating on all air-to-glass surfaces for increased light transmission for optimal clarity and low-light performance.

They are gas-purged and O-ring sealed to deliver waterproof and fogproof performance, no matter what the weather throws your way.   

Vortex Triumph Hd Bino Review

Even better, these binos come with the Vortex VIP Warranty. It’s an unlimited and unconditional lifetime warranty. Good luck finding that with other budget-friendly binos out there on the store shelves. The Vortex warranty and service is hard to beat! 

If you’re looking for a great value in binos, with plenty of performance built in, be sure to give the Vortex Triumph a look. Check them out at your local Vortex Optics dealer, or online at www.vortexoptics.com

Brodie Swisher
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Bowhunting.com. Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
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